NOVA SCOTIA MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 01

In Nova Scotia, motorcyclists are subject to the same traffic rules as other vehicle operators. This means they must obey speed limits, signal when turning or changing lanes, and follow all traffic signs and signals.

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Nova Scotia Motorcycle Test 01

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Motorcycle clothing should be...?

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If you have a learner's license in Nova Scotia, you can only ride during which of these periods?

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When does a passenger not have to wear a helmet?

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Your brake light must be activated by at least...?

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You may not obtain a Nova Scotia Regular Motorcycle Driver's License (Class 6) until you have been riding on a Newly Licensed endorsement for how long?

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The point of the blocking position is...?

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The best thing to wear on your hands when riding is...?

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Which of these materials provides you with the best protection when riding?

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Which of these is it essential that you carry with you when you ride?

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What is the maximum permitted blood alcohol level for a learner driver in Nova Scotia?

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Which of these is not an acceptable standard for your motorcycle helmet?

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The best position to ride in normal circumstances is the blocking position, which is where?

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If you're riding on a freeway with four lanes, which lanes are best avoided for a motorcyclist?

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When motorcycling you must wear boots or shoes which at least cover your...?

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Which of these may distort your vision when riding?

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If you have a D endorsement on your Nova Scotia regular driver's license, you can operate a motorcycle up to a capacity of...?

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If your motorcycle does not have a daytime running light, you should...?

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When you release the throttle on your motorcycle, what should it do?

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If you haven't passed an approved motorcycle training course, how long do you have to wait from getting your Nova Scotia learner's license to taking the Class 6N test?

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When you put your helmet on, it should be...?

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When riding at night, it is essential that...?

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Which of these is not a good colour for motorcycle clothing?

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When you have your Newly Licensed Nova Scotia motorcycle licence (6N), during what periods are you not permitted to ride your motorcycle?

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Your helmet is virtually useless if it is not...?

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If you are a visitor or newcomer to Nova Scotia, how long can you ride on a motorcycle license from another part of Canada or another country before you have to obtain a Nova Scotia motorcycle license?

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Which of these is the only complete protection for your eyes when riding?

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Which of these vehicles does not have a blind spot?

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Which of these materials is not acceptable for protection whilst riding?

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What are the two essential elements of motorcycle safety?

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How many turn signals is it essential to have working correctly?

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There are unique rules that apply specifically to motorcycles, such as the requirement for riders to wear a helmet at all times and the prohibition of lane splitting (riding between lanes of traffic). Additionally, motorcyclists are encouraged to increase their visibility on the road by wearing reflective clothing and using their headlights during the daytime. It is important for both drivers and motorcyclists to be aware of these rules and to share the road safely to prevent accidents and injuries.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Nova Scotia Motorcycle license written knowledge test required before getting your motorcycle licence. This free practice written test is a lesson that is essential for getting your motorcycle licence at your local licensing office.

Anyone who lives in Nova Scotia and wants to operate a motorcycle on public roads and highways needs either a separate motorcycle driver’s licence or an endorsement on their regular driver’s licence.